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Which States Employ the Most Teachers?

Which States Employ the Most Teachers?

National Center for Education Statistics














If you’re looking for a teaching job, sometimes finding the states that need the most teachers can be a good way to finding available jobs. Listed below are the figures in descending order for the states who employ the largest teachings forces in the US.

<FONT COLOR=BLACK FACE=“Helvetica” SIZE=4>State <FONT COLOR=BLACK FACE=“Helvetica” SIZE=4>Number of Teachers
Texas 291,000
California 284,800
New York 234,100
Florida 156,800
Illinois 139,600
Ohio 133,500
Pennsylvania 125,500
New Jerey 114,000
Georgia 102,300
Michigan 100,100
North Carolina 95,600
Virgina 92,200
Massachusetts 84,500
Wisconsin 74,800
Missouri 74,300
Tennessee 64,600
Washington 63,500
Indiana 63,000
Minnesota 61,000
Maryland 59,300
Arizona 56,400
Louisiana 52,500
Alabama 50,900
Colorado 49,1000
Kentucky 48,300
South Carolina 47,500
Oklahoma 46,000
Connecticut 45,000
Iowa 38,200
Kansas 37,700
Arkansas 37,200
Mississippi 34,400
Oregon 29,000
Nebraska 25,900
Utah 23,400
West Virgina 22,900
New Mexico 21,300
Nevada 19,900
Maine 18,900
New Hampshire 16,500
Idaho 15,400
Rhode Island 13,800
Hawaii 13,600
Montana 12,200
South Dakota 10,800
Vermont 10,000
North Dakota 9,700
Alaska 8,600
Delaware 7,900
Wyoming 7,800
District of Columbia 5,400



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